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Jam-Session hosted by Cédric Gilis

Jardin / BeeBar /19h00 - 01h00

  • Trumpette: Nicolas Drici
  • Keyboard: Arthur Possing
  • Guitar: Cedric Gilis
  • Bass: Mateus Wojda
  • Drums: Benoit Martiny
100,7 Spezial

Prabbeli / Terrasse / 18h30 - 21h00

D’Jugend-Sendung um 100,7. Mam Weekend deen op vollen Touren dréint, Gäscht am Interview, Sortien, Trends, Gigs... a beschter Generator-Musek! De Jamie Reinert an d’Tessy Ste?en König sinn op der Plaz an ėnnerhale sech mat spannenden Invitéen vun dėser zéngter Editioun vun der Nuit des Lampions. Den Tom Dockal, aka Disco Dockal, ėnnerleet dat Ganzt mat enger exotescher, musikalescher Selektioun déi fir puer Iwwerraschungen dierft suergen. Duerno geet et mat engem E-Lodie Spezial Live- Set weider, an deem de Richard Heinemann seng experimentell Electro-Museksentdeckunge mixt. Dat Ganzt live op der Nuit des Lampions, z’empfänken op 100,7 MHz a 95,9 MHz am Norde vum Land.

The Brass Machines

Place des Martyrs + Grands Rue / 19h45-20h10

Quand "The Brass Machines" débarque en ville, un torrent d’énergie dévaste les rues. Cinq musiciens survoltés surgissent avec leurs sons chauds et embarquent avec eux tous les passants. Véritable cocktail de cuivres, de groove et de blues, tel un rouleau compresseur, The B.M écrase les idées reçues : nul besoin de guitare, c’est bien du rock qui déferle sur les trottoirs.

Bien loin des frontières de la Louisiane, The Brass Machines amène l’esprit festif de la Nouvelle-Orléans à travers l’Europe.

Weeltzer Musek

Place des Martyrs + Grands Rue / 18h20-18h45

Fili Percussion

Place des Martyrs + Grands Rue / Marching Band / 17h30-18h00 + 22h30-23h00

Formée en 2011, la formation Fili Percussion est nommée d’après son leader Fili qui se perçoit comme citoyen du monde. Alliant le meilleur des cultures hip hop et reggae, le musicien né à Adjamé en Côte d’Ivoire désire accroître notre conscience des injustices à travers le monde. Sa musique devient alors le porte-parole d’un monde où règnent la paix et l’amour. Fili Percussion joue une musique pour réveiller les consciences. Ses paroles agissent de la guerre, l’injustice et l’amour que subit la population de son pays d’origine, de l’Afrique et du monde entier. Fili Percussion c’est la rencontre entre la Belgique, la France, le Luxembourg et le Burkina Faso. Son message se résume au fait qu’ « on n’a pas besoin d’eau propre pour éteindre le feu ».

Napoleon Gold (LUX)

Amphithéâtre / Castle Stage / 01h30-02h15

Starting out as a bedroom project developed by electronic producer Antoine Honorez during his studies in Brussels, NAPOLEON GOLD gradually turned into a more articulate expression of a singular musical voice. Merging densely layered textures with warm lo-pitched vocal samples and hypnotic percussion flourishes, critically acclaimed single ‘A New Colour’ acts as a statement of intent. The intensity and playfulness of Napoleon Gold’s live performance, joined by multi-instrumentalist Jerome Klein on drums and piano since 2015, are subtly referenced in this interplay of electronic sounds and analog signals. In the wake of well-received performances at festivals like Reeperbahn (DE), MaMa Event (FR) and Liverpool Soundcity Festival (UK) and support slots for SOHN, Glass Animals and London Grammar, you shouldn’t miss this unique experience.


Amphithéâtre / Castle Stage / 00h15-01h00

Auf ihrem neuen Album ‚Space Diaspora’ bieten die Berliner Musiker Joy Frempong und Lleluja-Ha eine avantgardistische Space Oper im Spirit von Theesatisfaction und David Bowie. Dieses tanzbare und komplexe Ereignis basiert auf Vocal-Loops, Zeitgeist-Electronica und Drums. Mit ihrer psychedelischen Vision einer futuristischen Menschheit konnte das Duo bereits Massen auf Festivals wie Transmusicales, Les Eurockéennes, Sonar, SXSW, Montreux Jazz begeistern. Als „visuelles und utopisches Universum“ wurden die Konzerte umschrieben „eine fesselnde Show zwischen Preaching- und Performance Art“, hieß es anderswo „ein Set, das untermauert, dass Musik eine ganz eigene Naturgewalt ist.“

Malihini (UK)

Amphithéâtre / Castle Stage / 23h00-23h45

Strangely reminiscent of the burgeoning excitement experienced during youthful summers filled with confusion and the joy of pure being, the soundscapes conjured by UK-based duo Malihini are as revealing as they are mesmerizing. Originally formed by Federica Caiozzo and Giampaolo Speziale in Rome, the project fully emerged upon their relocation to London and a road trip through Austria, Germany and Poland. Documenting the hazy blurs of the sensory overload witnessed in everyday life, this dream pop duo knows how to put an audience under their spell.


Amphithéâtre / Castle Stage / 21h45-22h30

A playful record based on performance, The Age Of Anxiety borrows its title from a phrase found in a notebook given to Pixx - the moniker of 21 year-old musician Hannah Rodgers - by her brother. A fitting rumination on human isolation in the modern age, the title of the musician’s debut for the venerable indie label 4AD addresses the social and cultural shifts affecting her generation. While bearing the distinctive signature of our times, the young musician’s ever-changing compositions can be traced back to the fierce and daring voice of Nina Simone. An ambitious debut statement, The Age Of Anxiety represents the first true statement from a unique British talent, drawing on deeply personal experiences to present a bold, relatable new commentary on her world order.

John Grvy (ESP)

Amphithéâtre / Castle Stage / 19h15-20h00

JOHN GRVY is the project of Madrid based J.E. Edward who loves music provided by synthesizers. His unique blend of R&B, Chillwave and Soul touches on anything from James Blake, Frank Ocean and Hudson Mohawke to Prince and Fela Kuti. However, it is essentially in his live performances that the Nigerian musician really shines. Championed by The Line of Best Fit, Remezcla and CLASH Music, his stellar performances have already graced FIB Benicassim, Sónar, and Fusion Festival to only name a few. Let the innovative performer take you to unexpected places during this performance at the Castle Stage and the universe will sigh.

Theme Park (UK)

Amphithéâtre / Castle Stage / 20h30-21h15

Hailing from London, Theme Park started out as a group of friends dedicating their collective efforts to craft a unique blend of angular pop and high-wire seventies grooves. Signed to Transgressive Records early on, they released their debut in 2013, which earned them opening slots for the likes of Bloc Party, Florence + The Machine, Bombay Bicycle Club in the process. Once claiming to be putting the spirit of film director Terrence Malick into their art, this tropicalia-tinged update of Talking Heads will leave you stunned. Presenting their new record ‘Is This How It Starts’ at this year’s Nuit des Lampions, Theme Park will unleash their own brand of clever songwriting and unbridled passion.




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